About us Join us Current vacancies Children England is a small charity that’s committed to being Open to All, meaning we want to employ people who have passion, talent and life experience to bring to their work in a charity committed to social change, whatever your background or education. We are particularly keen to encourage applicants from London’s BAME communities, and any applicants with personal experience that connects them with the work and campaigning we do. Job opportunities at 4in10 London’s Child Poverty Network Child poverty rates in London are among the highest in the country and many families are now facing severe hardship in the face of the cost-of-living crisis. Against this backdrop, 4in10 London’s Child Poverty Network brings together over 450 organisations working to tackle child poverty across the city and campaigns to keep the spotlight on the damage that it is doing to families and the action needed to end it. We have three exciting roles available for excellent people to come and join us in this urgent work. If you share our vision for a child poverty free London and want to help us to bring it about, one of them might be right for you. The three roles are: Research and Learning Officer (funded until April 2023) The holder of this role will use their excellent research and analysis skills to develop learning resources and events for 4in10s members and to support the network’s policy and campaigning work. They will work with member organisations and those with lived experience of poverty to produce hard-hitting and insightful content on a wide range of aspects of child poverty in London. This is a 35-hour-a-week role.The salary is £33,200 plus a 9% employer’s pension contribution. Job description and person specification Application form Community Outreach Officer (funded until April 2023) This pivotal role will engage voluntary and community sector organisations working with families living on low incomes across London to connect them with the 4in10 network and its services, as well as feeding back their knowledge and expertise to the 4in10 team. The Community Outreach Officer is the initial point of contact for network members and will work to establish and fulfil 4in10s plan for member recruitment and outreach to strengthen the collective voice of those working to tackle child poverty. This is a 21-hour-a-week role.The salary is £33,200, pro-rata, plus a 9% employer’s pension contribution. Job description and person specification Application form Communications and Campaigns Intern (fixed term for 9 months) This is a new post, and the holder will bring ideas and creative communications skills to 4in10’s campaigning and influencing work. They will support the delivery of 4in10’s activities, including London Challenge Poverty Week 2022, by contributing creative ideas and helping to manage activities and events. They will also support 4in10’s members to take part in influencing activities, for example through; developing effective communications to inform them of opportunities, supporting online campaigning and undertaking simple research tasks. This is a 21-hour-a-week role.The salary is £20,111 (London Living Wage) pro rata plus a 9% employer’s pension contribution. Job description and person specification Application form The closing date for all posts is: Monday 6th June 2022 at 12.00 Interviews will take place between 9th and 16th June 2022 It is envisaged that these posts will include a mix of home/office (central London) working. We are always happy to discuss flexible working to include compressed hours and/or job share. It may also be the possible to do these roles as secondments. We believe the voluntary sector should be as open and accessible as possible to people with the passion and skill to contribute, so we do not specify a degree, or particular qualification as a requirement for these roles. If you would like a confidential conversation about any of the roles or have any questions or need more information on how to apply email the Strategic Project Manager, Katherine Hill at [email protected]. We are a founding member of the Open To All campaign, meaning that when we recruit, we won't ask candidates to have a degree unless it's technically essential for the role.